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how manany -- who is building the drones? apparently drones were used or reportedly were used in that assassination. is that producing jobs? are there drawn factories in ohio? >> lockheed martin building those drones -- and a lot of people employed. >> there is too much pain to feel the pleasure of getting these really bad guys and obama is not the type to spike the flaw in the and islso there has not been much gloating. he has not saw to really capitalize on that. >> let me show you a picture. with its owner ted leonsis and basketball friend barack obama -- ted leonsis's blog, he challenges the rhetoric out the gap between the very rich and everyone else. he says -- i votedfor the president, i maxed out on donations. what blows my mind when i am asked for money as a donation at the same time i am been blasted as the bad guy. his advice toto the president is rethink how to talk to businesses and selell to business leaders on the plan to make the country great. many of us want to be the part of the solution. we are not a problem. >> well, he is not all wrong in the s
is building the drones -- apparently drones were used or reportedly they were used in that assassination. you know, is that producing jobs? are there drone factories in ohio? >> luckie martin -- lockheed martin -- boeing. >> there is too much pain to feel the pleasure of getting these really, really bad guys. and obama is not the type to spite of all and the end zone so there has not been much gloating over it. there has not been any -- he has not stopped to really capitalizing on it. >> let me show you a picture. wizard owner ted leonsis, at a wizard's game, on the d.c. sports blog. ted leonsis challenges the president rhetoric about the gap between the very rich and everyone else. >> i voted for the president, and that's out on donations to his reelection campaign. it blows my mind when i am asked for money as a donation and at the same time i am being blasted as the bad guy. his advice to the president is to rethink how to talk to business and sell to business leaders on your plan to make the president -- country great. many of us want to be part of the solution. we are not the problem. >>
mean the u.s. role abroad is about to shrink. today, the news was about iraq. >> after nearly nine years, america's war in iraq will be over. over the next two months, our troops in iraq, tens of thousands of them, will pack up their gear and board convoys for the journey home. gwen: and in libya, where muammar gaddafi's killing may not stop the government from unraveling. secretary of state hillary clinton noted as much on tuesday, even before gaddafi was killed. >> getting a national army and a police force under civilian command is essential. and the united nations, the united states, and other partners stand ready to do that. but we are still at the point where liberation has not yet been claimed because of the ongoing conflicts that persist. and of course the continuing freedom of action of gaddafi and those around him. gwen: the upheaval in the middle east and northern africa began in earnest just months ago. since then, there have been three major crackdowns. in bahrain, yemen, and syria. and three toppled strong men in tunisia, egypt, and now libya. martha was in libya with
is building the drones -- apparently drones were used or reportedly they were used in that assassination. is that producing jobs? are there to run factories in ohio, michigan? >> lockheed martin -- building those drums and a lot of people unemployed. >> there is too much pain to feel the pleasure of getting these really, really bad guys. and obama is not the type to spike the football in the end zone. so there has not been much of gloating over it. he has not sought to really capitalize on that. >> we have a picture of wizards owner ted leonsis and ask about an barack obama -- on a sports blog. steinberg links the leader to ted leonsis's blog where he challenges the president's rhetoric. he also says "i voted for the president. i maxed out on personal donations but it blows my mind when i am asked for money as a donation at the same time i am being blasted to the bad guy." is a device to the president is rethink how to talk to business and sell the business leaders on your plan to make the country great. many of us want to be part of the solution. we are not the problem. >> he is not all
"inside washington," the plot to kill an ambassador on american soil. >>>> we call upon other nations to join us in condemning this threat to internationanal peace and security. >> the senate defeats the presidt's jobs bill. >> will not take no for an answer and i hope you won't either. republican > >> hava jobs plan of their own. >> the president belves the government money creates j jobs. we believe business creates jobs. >> is heherman cain at just another flavor of the week? >> there is a difference between a flavor of the week and hÄagen- dazs black walnut, because it tastes good all the time. >> new hampshire primary before christmas -- are you kidding? [unintelligible] captioned by the national captioning instite --www.ncicap.org >> the united states government this week accused the governmen ever ran of trying to assassinate the saudi ambassador to the unid states on our soil. it reportedly involved a payment of $1.5 million to mexican drug cartel to kill the ambassador and carry out other attacks. attorney general eriric holder said that 80 involved members of the delete quds force -el
. it underscores the capacity of less to work together -- of u us to work together as an international community. >> does the capture and death of muammar gaddafi vindicate the president's policy? >> yes. i was a doubter, i worried about mission creep, but it worked.d. gaddafi is gone. the country is not exactly stable but it is free of gaddafi. >> charles? >> i give him allhe credit for the success of stage one. a mistake to bush administration made waso declare "mission accomplished" when the dictator is toppled. we are good that. but h it is only the first stage. the hard part is the substitution of the regime to foll. whether it turns out well oror badly, awe saw in afghanistan and iraq, is extremely hard to tell at the point when the regime has just been toppled. >> nina? >> i give the president a lot of credit. i, too, was something of a doubter. it was a limited policy and he stuck with ithen it was taking a lot of shots charles is right, now we wait for chapter 2, where we have very little to do with the right thing -- with teh writn -- with the writing. can o offer paper and pen, but ch
call other nations to join us in condemning this threat to peace and security. >> the senate defeats the president's jobs bill. >> i will not take no for an answer and i hope you won't either. >> republicans have a jobs plan of their own. >> the president believes government money creates jobs. we believe business creates jobs. >> is a herman cain just another flavor of the week? >> the difference between flavor of the week and black walnut, does it taste good all the time. >> a new hampshire primary before christmas -- are you kidding? captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- the united states government as we get accused the government of iran of plotting to assassinate the saudi ambassador to the united states on american soil. the alleged plot reportedly involved a payment of $1.5 million to a mexican drug cartel to kill the ambassador and carry out other attacks. attorney general eric holder said the plot also involve elements of iran's's elite quids ds force. a spokesman for the u.n. says that -- for iran in the un says they categorically reject be "bas
, having vicious attack ads of this early inside of the party strikes me as a party not used to doing this. i do not know how it affects their prospects. >> one exception to the shields glandularity faces -- john kerry, i do not know if there were people going hormonal over him. but he lost. but on the republican side that is the story. romney is the man who wants to be the last man standing in he is the one i think in the end will be considered acceptable -- just conservative enough. but it is early. so, if you are energized as republicans are over obama, you don't want to settle early on conservative enough. you want somebody who is really conservative. that is why you have the rotating dates -- bachmann, perry. >> speed dating on the republican side. >> president obama appeals for public support. in his battle with republican lawmakers. >> i am dealing with a majority leader who says his number one goal was to beat me. not to put americans back to work, not grow the economy, not help small businesses expand, but to defeat me. >> that is the president defending why he is appealing direct
-- to use technology and intelligent and so forth a rather that suit occupy countries like iraq and afghanistan. >> the big breakthrough was the drone. but it is a double-edged sword, because other people can build drones, too. i fear when they combat flying our way. >> that is almost an inevitability, because they are building them smaller and smaller. >> and somebody who was skeptical about the president's in all but without the cost digita -- constitutional safeguards we use it for going to war -- the president was careful yesterday when he made his statement. he said this was without the involvement of a single u.s. service member -- >> on the ground. >> i don't think anybody doubts that there were cia people who were helping an instrumental in the toppling. >> osama bin laden, anwar al- awlaki, and now muammar gaddafi. as the president get any credit for this? >> presidents don't get credit for this stuff. jimmy carter managed to negotiate peace deal and he got blip.enietst >> democrats were seen as weak and soft on national security for the longest time. you don't do that
exactly what we said we were going to do in that libya. it underscores the capacity of us to work together as an international community. >> evan, does it capture and death of muammar gaddafi bid to take up as an's policy? >> y -- vindicate the president's policy? >> yes. i was a doubter, but it worked. the country is not exactly stable, but it is free of could top the. >> charles? >> i give him credit for the success of stage one. the mistake the bush administration made was to declare "mission accomplished" when the dictator was toppled. we are good that. but it is only the first stage. the hard part is the substitution up the regime to follow. that is going to be where the real test is. whether it turns out well or badly, as we saw in afghanistan and iraq, is extremely hard to tell at that time in the region has just been toppled. . >> nina? >> i give the president a lot of credit. i, too, was something of a doubter. he stock by the policy went it was taking a lot of shots. charles is right, now we wait for chapter 2, where we have very little to do iwith of the riding. we can offer pap
's nonexistent campaign structure, republicans keep telling us how much it they like him. here he is taking a potshot at mitt romney and the health care plans the. >> many of my years have been providing health care. hillarycare, obamacare, and now i have to fight romneycare to get the nomination. >> easier said than done, mr. cain. peter hart held late focus group that included republicans, democrats, and independence. when he asked which candidate interested them the most, be answered by a large margin was herman cain. you were there, mark. what is it about him that appeal to republicans? >> he is not a politician, that they liked the personal story, up from the bootstraps, the mother a cleaning lady, a product of morehouse college, probably the most distinguished all-male traditionally black college in the country. and his directness, and his optimism, that is what they like about the guy. >> the cain phenomenon. >> they saw herman cain as a people person. his likability factor is very high. a hard-working businessman, a potential problem solver, someone that people would like to have as
the nomination. but despspite herman cain's almostonexistent c campaign structure, republicans keep telling us how much they like hihim. here he is taking a tshot at mittomney and the massachusetts health care plan. >> it seems so many of my years have bn fiting some kind of care -- hillarycare obamacacare and now romneycare to get the nomination. >> get the nomatio -- easier said than done. this week, peter hart had a focus group that includ republicans, democrats, an independents. when he asked which candidate interested than the most, the answer by a wide margigin was herman cain. you were t there mark. what i is it about herman cai that appeal to republicans? >> he is not a politician, they like the stotory -- up fromom the bootstraps the father a chauffeur, the motr a cleaning lady graduated from morehouse college, the most distinguiuished all-male aditionally black colleges in the country -- and his directness and optimism. >> colby, the cain phenomenon. >> they southbound herman cain as a people person.. his likability facto -- they saw her herman cain as a peoplele p person. his likabi
sounds interesting and attractive. so he's used the debates a little like mike huckabee did four years ago, which is to draw attention to himself but do it in a way that makes people like him. he hasn't drawn any criticism from the others at this point. that may or may not begin to happen in the next debate, next tuesday in new hampshire. 'll see how much sustainability he has and as genie pointed out, there is a question of whether he has the infrastructure and financial wherewithal to go a long anderson. >> i'm curious, jeanne, where this sounds like a lot of campaigns where we've seen where there's always someone who excites the crowd and for a moment they seem exciting to the base but what happens then? do they have the infrastructure? >> absolutely. and there's very little evidence that herman cain has built any kind of operation in iowa, which is expensive, because it takes a lot of people to make iowa work for you. you have -- and there's no evidence that he has enough money to buy ads to play in new hampshire or most importantly florida, now that it may move up. gwen: and the s
anythingng done -- and i am including europe -- and this title wave that is just about to drowown all of us. >> one example is the bourbon -- and many peoe and the country -- railing against citibank over a $5 surcharge on a card swipe it is a bank of america? and urging a run. it should be a run on bank of america and not on citibank. at a time the economy is about to end the -- implode, europe as on the brink. they are simply not facing at all the magnitude. >> banks really are not an object of much sympay. >> a $5 surcharge is not whatt e american economy hangs on. >> but not exactly for the one island of prosperity in a sea of misery. >> let's set the record straight on the polital campaigning. it i is happening on both sides. the effort to defea back obama started two and a hf years ago a and has been sustained. and oba, yes, is inampan mode but the question is whether he has gotten to the mode to late. >> president of the united states. he had aebt commission st year which he ignored. he had a bget he submitted this year that was left o of his own democratic senate -- 97
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